The Name of JESUS is derived from two words: Ie & Sous. Le is a Latin word meaning “of, pertain to, or from”. Sous is a reference to the Hog. In 1630 A. D., William Tyndale created the Name of Jesus by changing Ie into Je. From the word Sous, he took the “o” leaving Sus. The two were joined to form the Name of Jesus.

The Pagan name Zeus too was used in many name-endings like Tarsus, Pegasus, Dionysus, Parnassus, etc., to honor Zeus phonetically. Yes, even the son of Zeus (the pig) Jesus. The Latin name endings like sus, sous, and seus were employed to give honor to “Zeus”. “Sus” in Latin means “pig”


In 167 B.C. Antiochus Epiphanes marched to Jerusalem, entered the Temple and defiled it. He set up an idol of his god, Zeus, in the Temple and built an altar to Zeus. On the altar, he sacrificed a pig, which the bible  prohibits the israelites to eat it. The pig’s blood was brought into the Most Holy Place where even the High Priest alone could only enter on the Day of Atonement. This abomination was unheard of before

Its not the first time a idol of Zeus has been set up.  An Idol created by Nebuchadnezzar. The Children of Israel were “forced” to bow to this Idol under the Threat of Death. 600 represents death. The Idol was 60 cubits Tall, approximately 120 feet. The Idol was also 6 cubits wide, approximately 12 feet. Here you have the Number of the Beast – 600 + 60 +6…. Today, that same Idol is called “j-sus chr-st”.

Daniel 3
Nebuchadnezzar the king made an image of gold, whose height was threescore cubits, and the breadth thereof six cubits: he set it up in the plain of Dura, in the province of Babylon.

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